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CAUTION: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
SAVE THIS OWNER’S MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Model No.
HD14050
HD1405
Evaporative Console
Humidifier Owner’s Manual
Part No. SP6551
Printed in Canada
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Limited Warranty
All products covered by this Owner’s Manual are warranted against defects in
workmanship and materials for one year from the date of sale except for motors,
which are warranted for two years. This warranty does not apply to damage from
accident, misuse or alteration nor where the connected voltage is more than 5%
above the nameplate voltage, nor to the equipment improperly installed or wired
or maintained in violation of this Owner’s Manual. No other written or oral
warranty applies. No employee, agent, dealer or other person is authorized to give
any warranties on behalf of Emerson.
The customer shall be responsible for all costs incurred in the removal or
reinstallation and shipping of the product for repairs. Within the limitations of
this warranty, inoperative units should be returned, with a copy of the sales receipt,
freight prepaid to a local repair service center and we will repair or replace, at our
option, at no charge to you with return freight paid by Emerson. It is agreed that
such repair or replacement is the exclusive remedy available from Emerson and
that Emerson Is Not Responsible For Damages Of Any Kind, Including
Incidental And Consequential Damage. Some states or provinces do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
The warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state or province to province.
Sales receipt required as proof of purchase for warranty claims.
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
4. Keep the humidifier clean.
5. Do not put foreign objects inside the
humidifier.
6. Never use your humidifier while any part
is missing or damaged in any manner.
7. To reduce the risk of electrical hazard or
damage to humidifier, do not tilt, jolt or tip
humidifier over while unit is running.
8. To reduce the risk of damage to humidifier, unplug humidifier when water bottles
are empty or when the humidifier is not in
use.
9. To reduce the risk of accidental electrical
shock, do not touch the cord or controls with
wet hands.
10. Note the warning label shown below.
Safety Signal Words
DANGER: means if the safety information is
not followed someone will be seriously
injured or killed.
WARNING: means if the safety information is
not followed someone could be seriously
injured or killed.
CAUTION: means if the safety information is
not followed someone may be injured.
1. To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard,
plug humidifier directly into a 120V, A.C.
electrical outlet. Do not use extension
cords.
2. Keep the electric cord out of traffic areas.
To reduce the risk of fire hazard, never
put the electric cord under rugs, near heat
registers, radiators, stoves or heaters.
3. Always unplug the humidifier before moving it, removing the fan assembly section,
before cleaning, or whenever the humidifier is not in service.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or injury always unplug before filling,
servicing or cleaning.
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Know Your Humidifier
Control Panel Cover & Pivoting Lid
Removed for Clarity
Humidity
Light
Controls
Fan Assembly
Bottles
Fill Light
Filter
Housing
Filters:
Replacement
No. HDC-12
or HDC12C
Description
HD1405
Gallon Output/24 hrs.*
Litre Output / 24 hrs.*
Capacity of Bottles (U.S. Gallons)
Capacity of Bottles (Litres)
Sq. Ft. Coverage*
Fan Speeds
Number of Filters
Fill Light Indicator
Desired Humidity Indicator
Auto Humidistat
Auto Shut Off
Manual Dryout
Controls
CUL Listed
Volts
Hertz
Amps
Watts
14
53
2-3/8 Gallons Each
9 Litres Each
2,900
3
4 Pack (HDC-12) or (HDC12C)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (See Page 7)
Rotary
Yes
120 A.C.
60
2.88
165
* Based on an area with average insulation and an 8 foot ceiling
ANSI/AHAM HU-1-1997, SEC. 8.1
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Humidifier Operations
Humidified Air is
Then Released
Through the Top
Your new Emerson humidifier is designed to
satisfy home humidity requirements through the
principle of evaporation of water into the air.
After water is added to the bottles and positioned in the humidifier, the filters begin to
soak up the water and become totally saturated in approximately 30 minutes. Air is drawn
in from the rear of the humidifier and through
the filters by means of two circulation fans. As
air passes through the filters, moisture is
absorbed into the air and then released
through the top of the humidifier. This moist air
is released in the form of vapor. No water
droplets will enter the home. All evaporation
into the air takes place in the humidifier, which
means that the residue left by evaporating
water is not passed into the home, but
remains in the filter.
Dry Air Enters
Through the
Rear
CAUTION: Keep your humidifier clean.
While humidifiers do not cause colds,
some studies suggest that dirty humidifiers can cause cold-like symptoms in
some people. To avoid this, clean your
humidifier weekly with cleaners specifically recommended for evaporative
humidifiers.
CAUTION: Use only liquid EPA
Registered Bacteriostat available from
your local retail store. Under no circumstances should you use water treatment
products for Roto belt or Ultrasonic
humidifiers.
Unpacking & Assembly
Your new Emerson humidifier is completely
assembled for you to use. Remove the bag
pack containing two plastic caster pads from
top of humidifier and retain for future use if
required. See Step 1 on page 5 for instructions. Remove the packaging material from
inside your humidifier and follow the instructions of this owner’s manual for proper
usage. The packaging material is located
under the fan assembly. Remove the packaging material and discard.
Electrical Hook-Up
If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet,
reverse plug. If it still does not fit, contact a
qualified electrician to install the proper
outlet. Do not change the plug in any way.
Locate nearest 120V A.C. wall socket in the
location desired, preferably on inside wall.
With the humidifier in the desired location,
route the electrical cord safely so no one
will trip or upset the humidifier. Plug in the
electrical cord.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
shock hazard, humidifier should be
plugged into a 120V A.C. outlet. Do not
use extension cords.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this
humidifier has a polarized plug (one blade is
wider than the other). This plug will fit in a
polarized outlet only one way.
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Location Instructions
NOTE: Due to release of cool, moist air from
humidifier, it is best to direct air away from
home thermostat and hot air registers. It is
best to position humidifier next to an inside
wall. Hot air registers and cold air from outside walls can affect the efficiencies of the
controls. Unit should not be placed where
warm air from a hot air register blows directly
on unit.
Step 2
The humidifier should be positioned with the
back (cord exit side), at least 2 inches away
from the wall. Air needs to enter through louvers in the back of the cabinet in order for the
humidifier to operate at peak efficiency.
WARNING: For your own safety, do not
use humidifier if any parts are damaged
or missing.
Step 1
Place humidifier on a flat level surface in area
of house where humidity is needed most, or
one which would likely result in moist air
being circulated throughout the house such
as near a cold air return. Placing the unit
level is very important if the humidifier is
located on carpeting.
NOTE: This console humidifier contains
water bottles. The weight of the bottles in
the front of the cabinet may sink the front
casters deeper in the carpet. This will
keep the water level forward in the cabinet. The water level float (located at the
rear of the cabinet) may not sense the
water and the fill light will be on and the
unit will not energize. If this happens, the
unit will need to be leveled in order for the
humidifier to be energized.
To level the humidifier on carpeted surfaces
place the included caster pads under the
front two casters of the humidifier only.
Moist air (humidity) produced will disperse
into the whole house, but area closest to unit
will have the highest humidity. If the unit is
positioned close to a window, condensation
may form on the window pane. If this is not
appropriate the unit should be repositioned in
another location.
At Least
2" From Wall
Front of Cabinet
Front Caster
Caster Pad
Carpet
Surface
NOTE: If positioning on carpet, place
caster pads under front casters only
to level (if necessary).
Water Fill
Pivoting Lid
Removed for
Clarity
WARNING: To reduce the risk of shock,
always unplug humidifier before filling,
cleaning, or servicing.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
shock hazard, do not pour or spill water
into control or motor area. Close the
control cover. If controls get wet, let
them dry completely and have unit
checked by authorized service personnel before plugging in.
This humidifier is designed to be used with
the two water bottles that are located under
the pivoting lid.
Fan Assembly
Water
Bottles
Cabinet
5
Front of Humidifier
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Water Fill (continued)
Open the pivoting lid of the humidifier.
Remove the water bottles, by lifting them
straight up and out of the cabinet.
Notice the water bottles are designed as right
and left hand units. Position them in the correct location so the humidifier can function
properly. The water bottles should rest in the
front of the cabinet. Each Side Fill Cap must
be facing the rear of the unit
Rear of
Humidifier
Side Fill Cap” Should Always
Face Rear
Each water bottle is designed with a Side Fill
Cap that is easily removable. Remove the
Side Fill Cap on the side of the water bottle
by twisting counterclockwise. Each bottle will
hold 2-3/8 gallons (9 litres) of water.
Turn Counterclockwise
to Remove Cap
Place the opening of the water bottle under a
water faucet (the bottle should fit under a
four-inch clearance faucet). Fill with cold
water. If necessary, add recommended
amount of EPA registered liquid bacteriostat.
Do not add solid debris as this could make
the valve leak. Install the Side Fill Cap by
twisting clockwise. Hand tighten only.
Check for possible leaks by performing
the following:
1. Grasp bottle handle and hold the bottle
upright over a sink.
2. Press up on valve cap plunger for about
one second to let out a little water.
3. Release the plunger.
4. Listen for air bubbles. Look for leaks
around Side Fill Cap.
5. If you hear air bubbles or see
leaks, retighten Side Fill Cap and repeat
steps 1-4.
NOTE: Repeat for other bottle. If either fill
cap leaks, water may overflow and leak
out of the rear vents of the cabinet.
Wipe off excess water from the bottle.
Position the water bottle back into the unit.
Grasp the water bottle handle, and lower into
the cabinet until the bottle sits on pads at bottom of cabinet. The Side Fill Cap must be
facing the rear of the cabinet. When positioned properly, the plunger will open and
water will flow into the cabinet. The water
level will automatically remain at approximately 1/2" until the bottles are empty.
The unit is now ready for operation.
Valve
Cap Plunger
Pivoting Lid Removed
for Clarity
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Operating Humidifier Controls
The operating controls of your Emerson
evaporative humidifier are located on the top
center of the humidifier. The controls are
found under the smoked cover, located
between the air circulating fans. Lift the control cover by placing your finger in the round
cutout and lifting. The cover will stay open.
Now you can clearly see the control area.
Familiarize yourself with the controls and reference the diagram of the control area for
the correct naming used within this manual.
Fill Light
When the unit has a small amount of water
left in it, the amber fill light
will come on
and the unit will automatically shut off.
NOTE: This humidifier is designed so the
right bottle as viewed from front empties first.
For maximum run time between fills, let both
bottles empty completely before refilling.
To Operate the Controls
Humidity Control:
Adjust the amount of humidity depending on
your needs. The humidifier will turn on and off
as required to maintain level of humidity
selected. A medium setting (half way
between
and
is recommended, but
there are times when a low or high amount of
humidity may be preferred. For constant
operation of humidifier, turning the control all
the way clockwise allows for the maximum
amount of humidity to be evaporated into the
air continuously.
IMPORTANT: Water damage may result if
condensation starts to form on windows or
walls. Humidity Control setting should be
lowered until condensation no longer forms.
Green Humidity Light
When the selected humidity level is met, the
fans will shut off and the green “Desired
Humidity” light will illuminate. When more
humidity is called for, the fans will turn on and
the light will go out.
Air Flow Control
The unit is adjusted from OFF “
” to high
“
” with a three speed rotary control.
The higher the air flow speed, the more water
is evaporated and released into the air. Low
speed “ ” is the quietest and is provided for
conditions that may not require as high an
evaporation rate.
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Manual Dryout
At the end of the humidification season or if
you do not plan to run the humidifier for one
week or more, you can override the automatic shutoff function to completely dry the
humidifier cabinet out.
To do this, simply slide the float retainer located at the back of the humidifier cabinet to the
top position of the slot it is located in. This will
hold the float in an upward position and the
fans will run until you turn the power off.
NOTE: Be sure to position float retainer to
the normal operating mode (lowest position
in slot) for normal operation.
Below is a diagram of the slot the float retainer is located in at the back of the cabinet.
Back of Cabinet
TOP POSITION
IS FOR MANUAL
DRYOUT
BOTTOM POSITION
IS FOR NORMAL
OPERATION MODE
FLOAT
RETAINER
SLOT
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Using Your Humidifier
Step 1
Be sure unit is full of water and plugged in.
Step 2
Set air flow control
to desired setting.
Step 3
Set Humidity Control
to medium position
(half way between and
)
NOTE: Humidifier should operate with humidity control on the recommended medium setting. If it does not, the humidity is at a relatively high level. To test the unit under this
condition, turn Humidity Control all the way
clockwise and unit should begin to operate.
After the unit has been tested, set Humidity
Control to about medium or desired level.
Allow 24 to 48 hours for humidifier to adjust.
If humidity level in home is sufficient, the
humidifier will only operate with Humidity
Control turned all the way clockwise.
Step 4
If humidifier stops running and the amber Fill
Light
is not illuminated, the green desired
humidity light will illuminate. This means the
humidity level is at the normal requirements
for that setting or it is adjusting to the home
conditions. The table below shows recommended indoor humidity levels. The figure
below shows approximate relative humidity
percentages which correspond to the various
settings of the Humidity Control.
When Outdoor Recommended Indoor
Temperature is: Relative Humidity is:
-10° F
2° F
10° F
20° F*
20%
25%
30%
35%
-24° C
-18° C
-12° C
-6° C*
* and above
IMPORTANT: Water damage may result if
condensation starts to form on windows
or walls. Humidity Control setting should
be lowered until condensation no longer
forms.
MIN
MAX
Rel. Humid
ity
Humidity
Rel.
um
Rel. H idity
Relative Humidity
Operating Tips for Best Performance
1. Position the humidifier at least 2 inches
from any wall and away from any heat registers.
4. Regular cleaning as instructed in
“Cleaning Your Humidifier” section of this
manual is recommended.
2. Do not restrict airflow from entering or exiting the humidifier.
5. Replace the evaporative wicking filters at
least once per humidification season or
more depending on water conditions in
your area.
3. Use liquid EPA Registered Bacteriostat to
retard bacteria growth that may cause
odors and may be harmful to your health.
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Replacement and Care of Filters
WARNING: To reduce the risk of shock
or injury from moving parts, always
unplug humidifier before removing or
replacing any parts.
CAUTION: To help retard bacteria
growth and keep maximum efficiency,
the filters should be replaced at least
once a season, or more often under
hard water conditions. Use Emerson
HDC-12 (or HDC12C in Canada) recommended replacement filter.
All filters may be rinsed in clear water only.
Take care not to damage paper.
To replace the evaporative wicking filters in
your Emerson humidifier, follow the instructions below.
1. Unplug humidifier, and proceed to clean.
Before removing the filters, we recommend moving the humidifier to an area
where floor coverings are not susceptible
to water damage, i.e. kitchen or bath
areas.
Pivoting
Lid
Fan
Assembly
2. Open the pivoting lid and remove water
bottles and set aside. Grasp the fan
assembly front center and rear center. Lift
off and set aside on a clean flat surface.
The filter assemblies are now accessible.
3. Lift filter housings out of cabinet and place
where you may work on them comfortably.
With a soft, absorbent cloth, remove any
remaining water or loose mineral deposits
not trapped in the filter from the humidifier
cabinet.
4. To open filter housing for easy access to
filters
a. Deflect the two spring tabs on top of filter housing. Lift top cover off of the filter housing and set aside.
b. Remove the two filters and dispose of
properly. Clean internal parts of humidifier per the “Cleaning Your Humidifier“
section of your owner’s manual.
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Spring
Tabs
Filter
Housing
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Replacement and Care of Filters (continued)
c. Install new filters in the filter housing
track with the glue beads of the wicking
pad to the inside of the filter housing.
Fixed Tabs
Spring Tabs
d. Return the top cover of the filter housing by installing the cover over the fixed
tabs on the rear of the lower filter housing and pivoting the cover down over
the top of the filters. Snap the cover
over the two spring tabs.
e. Replace the filter housing in the cabinet. Note: There is a front and back orientation. To position the filter housings
correctly:
• Be sure that spring tabs of filter housings are towards front of cabinet.
Filter
Housing
Rear of
Humidifier
Front of
Humidifier
• Align the lower portion of the filter
assembly over the six ribs, located at
the bottom rear of the humidifier cabinet.
Top
Cover
f. Position fan assembly onto the cabinet.
Make sure the fan venturi (lowest cylinder section below the fan) is placed
inside the filter housing.
g. Replace water bottles.
h. Close the pivoting lid on the fan
assembly.
i. The unit is ready for use or to be stored
away for the next season.
Spring Tabs
Towards Front of Cabinet
Flat Portion of Filter Housing
Towards Back of Cabinet
Spring Tabs Towards Front of Cabinet
Step 4.e.
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Cleaning Your Humidifier
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of injury,
fire or damage to humidifier, use only
cleaners specifically recommended for
humidifiers. Never use flammable, combustible or poisonous materials to clean
your humidifier. To reduce the risk of
scalds and damage to humidifier, never
put hot water in humidifier.
CAUTION: Local water purity may vary
from area to area and under certain
conditions water impurities and airborne bacteria may promote the growth
of microorganisms in the reservoir of a
humidifier.
To retard bacteria growth that may
cause odors and be harmful to your
health, use only Emerson replacement
filters. We also recommend using an
EPA registered liquid bacteriostat, and
cleaners specifically recommended for
evaporative humidifiers available at
your local retail store.
NOTE: If it is necessary to use an approved
bacteriostat, follow the directions correctly.
The bottles of this unit will hold 2-3/8 gallons
or 9 litres of water each.
Step 1
To make cleaning easier, the humidifier cabinet should be empty and completely dried
out. To accomplish this, use the following
method:
a. Allow the humidifier to run until the automatic shutoff turns the humidifier “OFF”.
b. Unplug humidifier
WARNING: If humidifier is not unplugged, fan could start after housing is
removed.
off and set aside on a clean flat surface.
The filter housings are now accessible.
b. Before removing the internal parts of the
humidifier cabinet, we recommend moving
the humidifier to an area where floor coverings are not susceptible to water damage, i.e., kitchen or bath area. Lift the filter
housing assemblies out of the cabinet and
set to the side.
c. Remove the water level float from the
humidifier cabinet by pinching the float
retainer at the back of the cabinet to
release it. The cabinet should be empty
before cleaning. The cabinet consists of
the lower areas of the humidifier where the
filters are during normal operation time.
d. Empty cabinet of any remaining water.
e. Proceed to “Bi-Weekly Maintenance” or
“End of Season Maintenance” then continue as described below.
f. Remove old filters and dispose of properly
as described on page 9 and 10.
Step 3
Install new filters (use Emerson
Replacement Filters) into the location where
the old filters were positioned. Install water
level float at back of cabinet. Ensure that you
slide the float retainer down to the lowest
position in slot at back of cabinet. (See diagram of slot below). Install the filter housings
with the new filters into the correct location.
Position the fan assembly on top of the cabinet and return the humidifier to the desired
location for use.
Refill humidifier bottles with fresh cool water.
Plug the unit into a 120 volt A.C. power outlet
and set the controls per the “Operating
Humidifier Controls” section of this manual.
Back of Cabinet
BOTTOM POSITION
IS FOR NORMAL
OPERATION MODE
FLOAT
RETAINER
SLOT
Step 2
To Remove Parts
a. Open the pivoting lid and remove water
bottles and set aside. Grasp the fan
assembly front center and rear center. Lift
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Cleaning Your Humidifier (continued)
2. Empty humidifier cabinet after 20 minutes. Rinse with water until bleach smell
is gone. Allow unit to dry out completely.
Bi-Weekly Maintenance
Removing Scale
1. Fill the humidifier cabinet with one 8 oz.
cup of undiluted white vinegar. Let solution stay 20 minutes.
3. Water bottles should be cleaned in same
manner.
2. Clean all interior surfaces with soft brush.
Dampen a soft cloth with undiluted white
vinegar and wipe out the humidifier cabinet to remove scale.
1. Follow bi-weekly maintenance instructions
at end of humidification season.
End of Season Maintenance
2. Remove and throw away filters.
3. Rinse thoroughly with clean warm water
to remove scale and cleaning solution
before disinfecting the humidifier cabinet.
3. Let humidifier dry completely before storing. Do not store with water inside cabinet.
4. Dust the fan assembly and outside surfaces with a soft cloth only.
4. Store in cool, dry location.
5. Install new filters into a clean humidifier
before next season begins.
Disinfecting Humidifier Cabinet and
Bottles
1. Fill humidifier cabinet with 1 teaspoon
chlorine bleach in 1 gallon of water. Let
solution stay 20 minutes, swishing every
few minutes. Wet all surfaces normally
exposed to water.
6. “Bi-Weekly Maintenance” is also recommended if you do not plan to run the
humidifier for one week or more.
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Troubleshooting
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE
Unit will not run and no
control panel lights are
illuminated.
• No power.
• Speed control in off position.
Power source OK and fans • Selected humidity level has
been established.
still not operating.
• Float is not free.
• Float retainer positioned in
“Manual Dryout” position
(top slot at back of cabinet).
Unit will not shut off.
Slow evaporation of water. • Dirty filters.
Left bottle not emptying
• Right bottle contains water.
and/or Fill indicator turns
on before bottles are emptying.
• Unit is not set up on a level
surface. (Float will not sense
water at the rear of the cabinet.)
Neither bottle is emptying. • Bottle is not seated
properly.
Bottles continue to empty.
• Air is entering water
bottles.
REMEDY
• Check 120 volt power source.
• Turn speed control clockwise.
• Raise humidistat setting if desired.
• Free float from obstruction
• Slide float retainer down to lowest
position in slot at back of
cabinet.(See diagram on page 11.)
• Change to fresh filters.
• The humidifier is designed so the
right bottle empties first. Continue to
run until fill light comes on.
• Position unit level. (Some carpet
padding may allow unit to sit lower in
front than rear with additional weight
of water bottles in the front of the
cabinet.) Install caster pads under
front casters. (See owner’s manual.)
• Check the position of bottles.
Reposition so that bottle cap plunger
(stem) is depressed by post in
bottom of cabinet.
• Ensure Side Fill Caps and valve
assembly caps are tight.
• Check for leak in water bottles.
• Ensure gasket for each cap is in
place.
• Approximately one inch of water
remains in the cabinet after unit
shuts off. Position float retainer in
“Manual Dryout” position to
completely dry out. See owner’s
manual (if applicable).
A small amount of water in • This is normal.
cabinet and fill light is on.
CAUTION: Use only approved EPA Registered liquid bacteriostat available from
your local retail store. Use of other water treatment products may damage the
filter elements. Under no circumstances should you use water treatment
products designed for Rotobelt or Ultrasonic humidifiers.
FOR TECHNICAL HELP
If in the USA call 1-800-654-3545
If in Canada call 1-888-744-4687
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Repair Parts
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12
23
24
30
14
23
24
25
26
27
28
34
27
26
21
22
10
7
31
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21
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8
6
9
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Parts List for MoistAir Humidifier
Model No. HD14050
Cover, Dust
Lid, Stationary
Lid, Pivoting
Knob
Label, Control
Cover, Control
Switch, Rotary
Light, Fill
Light, Humidity
Humidistat
Switch, Micro
Enclosure, Electronics
Retainer, Float
Float, Water Level
Side Fill -Cap
Bottle, Left (Includes Key No's 15 & 18)
Bottle, Right (Includes Key No's 15 & 18)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
509229-1
828998
823726
*
828515
823849
HDC-12 or
HDC12C
828197
828534
828115-1
822406-1
828197
824120
826367
*
828920
SP6551
Cap, Valve Assembly
Cabinet
Rail, Kick
* Screw, Pan Hd. Ty “AB” #10 x 3/4
Caster, Twin Wheel
Support, Filter Lower
† Filter, Evaporative (USA)
† Filter, Evaporative (Canada)
Support, Upper Filter
Support, Motor
Motor (Includes mounting hardware)
Fan
Support, Upper Filter
Cord w/Plug
Retainer, Micro Switch
* Screw, Pan Hd. Type AB #6 x 3/8
Pad, Caster (Two)
Owner’s Manual (not illustrated)
Description
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To order parts call: USA 1-800-654-3545 Canada 1-866-808-6500
NOTE: Any attempt to repair the control assembly or motor may create a hazard unless repair is done by a qualified
service technician.
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† Stock Item - Purchase locally or call 1-800-654-3545 from
the USA or 1-866-808-6500 from Canada to order
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26
27
28
30
31
32
33
34
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18
19
20
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Key Part No.
No.
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* Standard Hardware Item - May be purchased locally.
823884
829844
829841-1
828381
830890
826400
823912
825858
825858-1
13805-02
823728
826401
824101-1
828200
824690
828192
828726
Description
Key Part No.
No.
SP6551 manual - 71238
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Repair Parts
Parts List for MoistAir Humidifier
Model No. HD14050
Always order by part number - Not by key number
SP6551 manual - 71238
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FOR TECHNICAL HELP, CALL
(800) 654-3545 FROM USA OR (888) 744-4687 FROM CANADA
(Please have complete model number)
Emerson Tool Company
For more information about MoistAir® humidifiers visit our website at
www.moistair.com
© 2004 Emerson
Part No. SP6551
Form No. SP6551
Printed in Canada 11/04